PHILADELPHIA, PA - JUNE 01: Gail Kim attends Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con 2012 at Pennsylvania Convention Center on June 1, 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images)

Gail Kim Provides An Update On The Tag Me In Mental Health Awareness Campaign


We reported earlier this month here on eWn that Trish Stratus, Mick Foley and several others would be taking part in a new mental health awareness campaign called ‘Tag Me In.’

Gail Kim took to Twitter today and announced that Impact Wrestling is planning to match all proceeds on the final week of sales. She said,

“Hey everybody, just wanted to give a quick update to the Tag Me In campaign. I just want to say, first off, thank you to the wrestling community, thank you to the fans who have supported it, because guess what? It’s working. We have already opened up so many important conversations and it’s because you’ve shared your story or you’ve tagged someone in. So that’s exactly what we were hoping for. Pro Wrestling Tees has raised almost $4,000 for NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. You can help donate too, you can go to and get your shirts. I have the most amazing news. Impact Wrestling has agreed to match the proceeds for the final week of sales so let’s get to buying these shirts, because it’s such a great cause. We welcome any person, any company that would love to match the sales as well. We will be making the final announcement on October 31st, and that’s when the sales close. This is not when Tag Me In ends. We will continue the conversation and we will normalize the conversation because guess what? We want everyone to know that you are not alone.”

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